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What software do you design your website's in?

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tlogank    1

Just curious what you all use to design and organize your site's. I use Frontpage 2003, but I feel that I am kind of growing out of it. What do most people use?

Tell me what you use and if you have one, show me your best site, thanks!

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david    51

Dreamweaver and Notepad

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Shad0wcat    0

Dreamweaver and Ultraedit

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llbbl    0

Dreamweaver and Ultraedit x2

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Skov    0

Notepad2

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Shadrack    601

I'm pretty partial to good old fashion text editors with good syntax highlighting. For design I use Photoshop to get my idea down, but I code it all in vim.

Most people really like Dreamweaver. I tried it out, but it seemed like too much to learn if you ask me.

I keep my html basic (header1, header2, paragraph, header2, paragraph, table), and then use the wonders of CSS to make it shine.

-nic

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Devion    0

I use frontpage 2003 just because frontpage extentsions is so dame usefull when editing server side code. much better than ftp.

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IAIHMB    0

Right now, UEStudio '05 Beta 1, hopefully BBEdit 8.2 soon. :(

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Three    0

For coding I use nothing but NotepadEx

(very much like notepad but a little cleaner)

link: http://notepadex.cjb.net

For graphics I use Jasc Paint Shop Pro 9...

sometimes photoshop for texturing, but very rarely...

i use my own php parsing system in which all of the seperate pages are their own content file which can contain php code inside them

some of my work...

http://www.redemptionriders.net/

http://www.streetlevelband.com/

my site soon..

http://www.redemptionriders.net/3/p3/

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Hankyone    0

Photoshop/Dreamweaver/Notepad

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fall3n    0

design with photoshop, slice with image ready, if its a normal site I design with dreamweaver mx, if its a flash site then flash mx. I'd post my portfolio site, but it's still being worked on...

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Inertia    41

notepad lol, im hardly a pro designer or anything tho

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uniacid    0

Photoshop/Dreamweaver/Context ;)

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matt95110    15

I've gone from Notepad to EditPlus to Eclipse.

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CeruleanCowboy    0

photoshop for design and graphics

php designer 2005 for coding

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BigDaddy    10

normally i use dreamweaver mx and photoshop for all my web design needs..

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blush    0

Notepad. I have Dreamweaver, but haven't used it yet for coding. I'm sure it'll come in handy soon.

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syko7ik    0

Fireworks MX2004, Photoshop 7.0, Dreamweaver MX2004 for coding, se|py, notepad ...

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Keito    1

Dreamweaver MX for some layout work (with div positioning - and I don't do WYSIWYG, just want on screen results when I alter code :p instead of alt-tabbing and F5'ing :p) and then everything else in notepad2

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Laptop    0

Notepad 2 and frontpage for the splitview

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FiREFLi    0
I use frontpage 2003 just because frontpage extentsions is so dame usefull

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Was using Zend Studio until the lack of cleartype in the editor just made me stop - it was hurting my eyes. Recently made the switch to PHP Designer 2005. It's not perfect but the cleartype support alone just makes it so much better, other than that it is pretty good :yes:

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SixFootJockey    0

Photoshop for graphics

Notepad for coding

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Adrian    0

Photoshop/Frontpage for designing

Dreamweaver/Notepad for coding

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Kreuger    107

Frontpage (about the only microsoft program I like), HTML Free Gate and sometimes notepad. At school I have to use dreamweaver and I hate it. I was using notepad but I kept falling behind everyone, having to insert every tag so the teacher made me use dreamweaver.

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[DGS]    3

Fireworks

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CrimsonBetrayal    43

Im an Eclipse man myself. I love the ability to modify tag libraries myself, makes coding much faster. I use PHPEclipse, CFEclipse, and Laszlo IBM plugin for all my development needs.

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